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The Beekeeper's Field Guide A Pocket Guide to the Health and Care of Bees

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By: David Cramp(Author)
The Beekeeper's Field Guide
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The Beekeeper's Field Guide is a diagnostic tool and an aide memoire for the hobbyist and for the professional beekeeper, who may know what to do but will at times need the information close to hand. It includes:
– A troubleshooting guide to problems with colonies and queen bees
– A guide to the field diagnosis, treatment and control of diseases
– Seasonal apiary management checklists
– Hive product harvesting checklists
– The beekeeper's ready reckoner

The second and revised edition of this fully illustrated and handy guide to the apiary brings the science and craft of beekeeping to beekeepers right where they need it – in the field with the bees.

Contents

Preface
List of figures
List of photographs
List of tables
Picture credits
Introduction

Part A: Setting up an Apiary
Part B: Crops, Trees and Plants for Bees
Part C: Troubleshooting Guide to Field Operations
Part D: Swarm Prevention and Control
Part E: Queen Bees
Part F: Honey Harvest Procedures
Part G: Hive Checks
Part H: Pests and Diseases
Part I: A Beekeeper's Ready-reckoner
Part J:

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Biography

David Cramp BSc has been a beekeeper for 20 years. He spent a year at the Bee Research Unit at the University of Wales (Cardiff) where he gained a Post Graduate Diploma in Apiculture. He then kept bees in various remote parts of Spain specialising in organic honey production, before moving to New Zealand in 2004 to manage a 4000 hive pollination and manuka honey beekeeping operation. He has written extensively for the UK, US and Spanish bee press, as well as editing the online beekeeping magazine Apis UK. David is also the author of the bestselling and comprehensive A Practical Manual of Beekeeping.

Handbook / Manual
By: David Cramp(Author)
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